Lew Oliver Architects

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Shower Glass Order (6-weeks from estimator to completion) March 5. We contracted a glass shower wall-door project through Home Depot Acworth. I contracted a "frameless" glass system. Romanoff Renovations Shower Door Ambassador Cheryl Woljevach (678.564.3542 cheryl.woljevach@rrenovations.com) called... more


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My experience with Rocklyn Homes has been nothing less than exceptional. From coming to preview the property, the process of buying my home, to closing and moving in. They made everything easy to understand as a first time homeowner! Great place =)

I had vinyl replacement windows installed three years ago in my 70 year old brick home. Could bad installation (shims?) be causing interior wood to pull away?

Christy Carpenter of EntryPoint PRO answered:

Nov 7, 2017
Hello! I'm sorry to hear that you are having issues with your windows. From viewing your photos, it appears that there is water coming from up above the window. That being said, it could have been fro ... read more
The builder did not build our home as we had ordered, citing a design change after contract was signed. What recourse do we have?
Mar 24, 2016
Contacting your local home improvement commission is your best recourse to start, since they typically have a fund to pay for a attorney for you if needed. They can provide mediation between both part ... read more

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